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Grooming Tips for a Handsome Male Organ


Looks are not everything, but making a good physical first impression is important – and this is true as well for that moment when the member is unveiled. A guy always wants to look his best for a partner, and he always wants to display the most handsome male organ possible. One way to achieve this goal, of course, is to always practice good male organ health, as a healthy manhood is much more likely to be considered a handsome male organ. But beyond male organ health, proper grooming for the manhood is also key.

With that in mind, following are a few essential grooming tips that can help a man sport a handsome male organ for admiring partners.

Wash it regularly. By this point in the 21st century, one shouldn’t have to say this, but unfortunately one still must: be sure to wash the member regularly and especially before going on a date or to hook up. The manhood gets hot underneath those double layers of underwear and trousers, and if it is nestled in a big thatch of midsection hair, it’s going to be even hotter.  Keeping the member and sacks cleaned regularly helps keep male organ skin looking and smelling attractive. But be sure to use gentle soaps or cleansers; soaps with harsh fragrances or chemicals may cause the skin to get rashy or flaky.  And using water that is too hot can also dry delicate male organ skin out. (Men who are intact need to take extra pains to wash under the hood to help prevent infections and to keep smegma from forming.)

Check for rashes. Examine the manhood skin regularly and keep an eye out for signs that the skin may be getting too dry, which can lead to flakiness and peeling – which is not what makes for a handsome male organ. Rashy skin is often the result of dryness, so keeping member skin well moisturized can help.

Consider manscaping.  This is always a personal choice, but many men nowadays engage in some form of manscaping – whether it’s shaving the member, sacks and midsection area down to the bare skin or just trimming unruly midsection hair into a neater appearance. Some guys find that the totally bare look shows off their package to its best advantage; others find a nice tidying up does the trick.  Leaving it alone is always an option, but a guy should make sure he can really rock that look if that is his decision.

Be on the lookout for signs of social diseases. Sensually active men not in a social disease-transmitted infection, and that can be a major blow to getting intimate with a partner – and can also impact an otherwise handsome male organ. Guys should always be on the lookout for possible signs of a social disease, such as an unexplained rash, blisters, sores, or warts, as well as pain during urination or seed release or blood in male seed or urine.

Some men feel they are not really able to judge if they have a handsome male organ or not; the key is to make sure the manhood looks its healthiest and most presentable and leave the rest to the views of one’s partner(s).

Grooming a handsome male organ is easier if a man daily applies a top drawer  male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). As mentioned, moisturization is important, so select nan oil that includes a combination of first rate hydrating agents, such as natural shea butter and vitamin E. In addition, look for an oil that contains vitamin C, which is a key component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity. Vitamin C is also necessary for proper blood flow, which is essential for maintaining tumescence function.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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